The Duchess proves “a natural” in the face of the camera as she takes part in a photo shoot for Vogue’s 100th-anniversary edition.
The Duchess of Cambridge has selected part in a private photoshoot for a #Voguemagazine for the first time.
Kate, 34, is looking on the front cover of British Vogue to mark 100 years of the well-known fashion publication.
Prince William’s wife snapped by British photographer Josh Olins in the Norfolk landscape in a series of pictures using casual clothing rather than more formal attire.
Mr. Olins said she was “a joy to work with, a natural.”
For the cover photo, she wastes a coat and shirt by Burberry and a vintage-style hat from Beyond Retro.
In another image, she uses a top by Petit Bateau and trousers from Burberry.
Seven photographs will seem in the centenary June edition of Vogue Magazine.
Two of those are being presented in the exhibition Vogue 100: A Century of Style, which held at the National Portrait Gallery.
A spokesperson for the royal stated: “Since 1916, Vogue has been a leading champion of British portraiture.
“The Duchess was pleased to play a part in celebrating the centenary of an organization that has given a platform to some of the most renowned photographers in this country’s history.
“She is amazingly grateful to the team at Vogue Magazine and at the National Portrait Gallery for asking her to take part.
“The Duchess had never participated in a photography shoot like this before.
“She hopes that people like the portraits with the sense of relaxed fun with which they took.”
Alexandra Shulman, editor-in-chief of British Vogue, said: “To be ready to distribute a photographic shoot with HRH The Duchess of Cambridge has been one of my grandest ambitions for the magazine.
“I’m pleased the Duchess allowed to operate with us and the National Portrait Gallery.
“And as a result of this special collaboration we have a real celebration of our centenary as well as an appropriate tribute to a young woman whose interest in both photography and the countryside is well known.”
Mr Olins added: “It’s an opportunity to have been chosen to photograph HRH The Duchess of Cambridge for the Centenary edition of British Vogue and honour that two of those portraitures will hang in the National Portrait Gallery in London.
“This was the Duchess’s first session for a magazine, and she was a delight to work with, a natural.”
Prince William’s mother Diana, Princess of Wales, also postured for Vogue, as well as several other major fashion magazines.
The exhibition Vogue 100: A Century of Style opens today at the National Portrait Gallery.
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